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NYHN Daily: Andy Greene Gets Set to Face Former Team, Josh Bailey on COVID List



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The New York Islanders (2-1) host the New Jersey Devils (2-1-1) today at 7:00 pm. The LIU Women’s Hockey team is off to a slow start but is in familiar waters. Veteran Andy Greene gets set to face his former team for the first time. Second-line winger Josh Bailey has been added to the COVID list as he was unavailable at practice yesterday. These stories and more on today’s daily links!

Josh Bailey was not at practice yesterday. We have found out the reason for that is due to him being placed on the COVID-19 List and will be unable to play in the game later today. (NYI Hockey Now)

New York Islanders’ defenseman Andy Greene played 14 years for the New Jersey Devils before being traded to the Islanders last season. It will be a strange feeling, said Greene. The strangest adjustment was for Greene’s son, who is trying to understand where NJ Devil, the Devils’ mascot, was. (NYI Hockey Now)

The LIU Women’s hockey team is off to an 0-6 start. But they were in this position last year in their inaugural season, in which they finished the year as the division champs. (NYI Hockey Now)

Andy Greene is not the only player facing his former team. The New York Islanders newest netminder, Cory Schneider, faces his former team as well. (Newsday)

Islanders’ defenseman Noah Dobson is playing in his second NHL season. After struggling mightily in the 5-0 loss Saturday to the New York Rangers, he bounced back in a big way in Monday’s win over the Boston Bruins (NY Sportsday)

We are a week into this 56-game NHL season. What have been the most impressive stories thus far? (

Should the NHL do rapid COVID tests? If the Florida Panthers game was not postponed would Keith Yandle still have his Iron Man streak? All these questions and more in Elliotte Friedman’s 31 Thoughts. (Sportsnet)

The Minnesota Wild have acquired Ian Cole from the Colorado Avalance in exchange for Greg Pateryn. (

With Keith Yandle on the trade block for the Florida Panthers, NHL Network analyst Kevin Weekes believes the Boston Bruins should try to acquire the defenseman. (Boston Hockey Now)

After facing the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Washington Capitals were fined $100,000 for breaking COVID protocols. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

The Florida Panthers were unable to start this season with everyone else due to a COVID-19 outbreak. Now their season is on hold due to the Carolina Hurricanes dealing with the virus. (Florida Hockey Now)